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Canon EOS-R full-frame mirrorless.

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On 9/13/2018 at 8:11 PM, Richard Whitcombe said:

I still dont get the less weight thing.


By the time you add lenses, flash, grips and everything else mirrorless isnt really much smaller OR lighter.

I do see how a new mount can offer wider apertures with easy and for timelapse not killing the shutter with thousands of actuations is useful....But i dont see any other benefits currently.


Sounds about right. Nice camera, some nice features, middle price, which is just fine. I still use, burn up, 10-D and 20-Ds for timelapse. I'm not working for National Geographic! I have an EOS-M nice little camera, I could actually carry it in my pocket, say a camera vest. Great for, "hey I want a photo of that..."  touch the screen, it's a photo. Not sure about manual, and I know it wouldn't work for sports.  High quality, larger sensor, "Toy" and fun for home and garden.

I'll wait until there are more lenses, and by then something else will come along.


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The EOS R resets the standards for speed, detail, and intuitive design. Superior image quality comes to life through fast, sharp lenses. Even in low light, images take on a new dimension with the autofocus in as little as 0.05 seconds. A suite of features including 4K video, lens control ring and viewfinder sit at your fingertips, with a revolutionized body delivering intuitive functionality and operation. Regards, Epson Error Code 0xEA , should you have any questions or comments, please let me know

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